I am Hungry! What type of food would Celts in general eat?

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Re: I am Hungry! What type of food would Celts in general eat?

Postby Aerdernix MacDane on December 20th, 2016, 5:59 pm

Angus M wrote:
Aerdernix MacDane wrote:So my thought on Celtic cannibalism, is that it would be rare and only for certain purposes.


So we wont be doing this, or only doing it on special occasions?

Well... yea but till probably very rare if any occasions. So when I say rare I really mean very rarely. *lol*


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Re: I am Hungry! What type of food would Celts in general eat?

Postby Edwin Deady on December 21st, 2016, 4:51 am

Remember though that human flesh should not be eaten rare. For health reasons it should be well done. No need to thank me for this advice.
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Re: I am Hungry! What type of food would Celts in general eat?

Postby Angus M on December 21st, 2016, 8:02 am

Edwin Deady wrote:Remember though that human flesh should not be eaten rare. For health reasons it should be well done. No need to thank me for this advice.


Quite right, we don't want any communicable diseases (like Kuru, endemic to Papua New Guinea, a disease contracted by eating other people's brains). Make sure your tasty main course is well barbecued by searing it in a well-built Wicker Man. Merry Midwinter, one and all.... *biggrin*

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Re: I am Hungry! What type of food would Celts in general eat?

Postby Edwin Deady on December 23rd, 2016, 4:59 am

I did not light our local Wicker Man this year at Trelissick Gardens. Cornwall. It wasn't a shortage of virgin police sergeants but that the NT Rangers were too busy with other projects. Shame because I like shooting flaming arrows and the sweet savour is pleasing to the Gods (Genesis 8:21).
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